The Second Door by T.C. Blue

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When Mitch’s relationship with his boyfriend implodes on Christmas Eve, it’s up to his best friend, Sam, to comfort him. It’s not like Sam has a choice. He cares deeply for Mitch. He even refrains from saying “I told you so.”

That one night of chaste comfort is all it takes to start Sam thinking about Mitch in ways he really shouldn’t. A spontaneous kiss that should have helped sort things out just makes everything more complicated, because Sam is terrified sex will ruin their friendship. Mitch is afraid that pushing Sam for more will drive a wedge between them, but he’s even more afraid of never trying for happiness with Sam at all.

About T.C. Blue

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Raised in and around Washington, DC, T.C. Blue doesn't write about politics. Years of working in various fields as a medical biller, motorcycle courier, hairdresser, retail slave, and chef (among other things) have contributed to T.C. being a "jack of all trades and master of none." She currently resides in suburban Maryland, far enough for the insanity of downtown Washington, D.C., for peace of mind, while close enough to dive into the craziness at will. It's a good life.
Published November 16, 2011 by Dreamspinner Press. 148 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction